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Orlando Scandrick spent the past decade clashing on-field with the Washington Redskins. Now he’s joining them.

The ‘Skins on Monday landed the former Dallas Cowboys cornerback with a two-year pact worth up to $10 million, a source told NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo. The team later made the move official.
Scandrick joins Washington just two days after the Cowboys granted his requested release following nine seasons in Dallas.

The 31-year-old Scandrick started 11 games last autumn before a back injury put him on the shelf. He finished as the 106th-ranked player at his position, but Scandrick brings game-day experience to a group led by Josh Norman ahead of Quinton Dunbar, Fabian Moreau and Joshua Holsey.

Scandrick’s addition makes plenty of sense after the Redskins traded away slot man Kendall Fuller to the Chiefs before waving farewell to free-agent cover man Bashaud Breeland.

As for the Cowboys, the team saves approximately $1.4 million against the salary cap by moving on from Scandrick, their fifth-round pick from the 2008 NFL Draft.

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Jarvis Landry has informed the Dolphins he will sign the franchise tag that was placed on him last month, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.

Based on trade talks with several teams, Landry is being viewed as a No. 1 wide receiver like Antonio Brown and DeAndre Hopkins, per Rapoport. By signing the tag, it guarantees him over $16 million in compensation for 2018.
Earlier this week, Rapoport reported the Dolphins granted Landry and his representatives permission to pursue and facilitate a trade.

Though Landry is intending to sign the tag, the belief is a trade will be able to happen.

The development comes after Landry explained earlier on Saturday — via a 10-minute video titled “Juice” — that it’s unlikely he plays under the tag.

“The team decides to exercise the franchise tag. I’m considering not playing on it,” the wide receiver said. “The franchise tag is not a good deal for me. In my case I’ve played four years. Then you get another year of basically not signing me to a long-term deal. In that year anything can happen. Look at guys like Ryan Shazier, who may not have an opportunity to play again.

“He’s fighting a battle to just walk again. I’m at the point where taking care of my family is the most important thing for me. I put my body on the line for years. I’ve sacrificed my time and my life to make sure that I have this opportunity.”

Landry’s logged 400 catches in his first four seasons, been a three-time Pro Bowl player and totaled up 4,038 receiving yards and 22 receiving touchdowns.